Ric Flair reportedly strikes an interesting new deal with the WWE

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Ric Flair, despite being 67-years-old, is one of those legendary performers that never quite walks away from the wrestling business.

The Nature Boy resurfaced on the most recent edition of Monday Night Raw to congratulate Sasha Banks on defeating his own daughter, Charlotte, for the WWE Women's title.

It made sense for Flair to appear in some ways. For one, the show was in his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina and secondly, the last time we saw the 16-time world champion, his daughter was kicking him and his managerial services to the curb.


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The Dirtiest Player in the Game may have made a fitting cameo, but according to PWInsider.com, it will be the first of many.

The website understands that WWE and Ric Flair have come to terms on a new contract. Flair is expected to remain a regular character on RAW moving forward, although his role at this time of writing is unknown.

Apparently, Flair was added to Raw this past week just a few short hours before the show went on the air and his new deal was supposedly struck the very same day.

Flair is a bona find legend in the wrestling business. As the only two-time WWE Hall of Famer, the former member of the Four Horsemen and Evolution has a wealth of experience that could be extremely useful for today's product.

However, the WWE have a chequered past using Flair. Back in 2001, he was a 50/50 owner of the company in storyline with Vince McMahon and took sole control of Raw. In the years since, he has retired from in-ring competition, managed a babyface Miz and stood in his daughter's corner.

How would you like to see the WWE utilise Ric Flair? Let us know in the comments below.

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